Where's Stanley? Tracking the Pittsburgh Penguins' travels with the Stanley Cup -- again

Returning to Russia, with love: Penguins center Evgeni Malkin and assistant coach Sergei Gonchar brought the Stanley Cup to the Russian Ice Hockey Museum in Moscow, where it later met the Gagarin Cup -- awarded to the KHL champion -- for the first time. AP Photo/Denis Tyrin

The Pittsburgh Penguins are custodians of the Stanley Cup again this summer -- under the capable guidance (and white gloves) of Cup handler Phil Pritchard. What celebrations do they have in store for Lord Stanley's chalice this time around? From the parade in Pittsburgh to a close encounter with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at Penguins owner Ron Burkle's house to a superhero sighting in Ontario to a return to Russia with love (and Evgeni Malkin), we're tracking the Cup's travels this summer.

Fine, I'll take the back seat πŸ™‹πŸ»πŸ†

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Sid, Stanley, and Haggy at the #NHLAwards!

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What a time!! #champs

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Hey Keeper of the Cup, you guys taking any new applicants? We know two guys with some solid experience. #Pens

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✌️ in a row. #StanleyCup

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